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Yaesu FTM-400XDR C4FM Digital Dual Band Transceivers FTM-400XD

Transceiver, Mobile, C4FM, 2m/70cm, Analog/Digital FM, 50 W, 3.5 in. Touch Screen Display, Built-In GPS, Each

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Brand: Yaesu
Manufacturer's Part Number: FTM-400XD
Part Type: Mobile Transceivers
DXE Part Number: YSU-FTM-400XD

UPC: 788026150557
Receive Range 1: 108.000-999.990 MHz
Detachable Faceplate: Yes
Cross-Band Repeat: Yes
AM Broadcast Band Coverage: No
FM Broadcast Band: No
Aircraft Band: Yes
Weather Band: Yes
Transceiver Power Supply: External, not included
Transceiver Input Voltage: 13.8 Vdc
Transceiver Maximum Current: 12.0 A
Antenna Ports: 1
Radio Width: 5.500 in.
Radio Height: 1.600 in.
Radio Depth: 4.900 in.
Weight: 2.640 lbs.
Faceplate Width: 5.500 in.
Faceplate Height: 2.800 in.
Faceplate Depth: 0.800 in.
Quantity: Sold individually.
Notes: This model replaces FTM-400D. Includes improved GPS performance for APRS operation. The "R" in the model signifies that it is for use in North America.
Band Agility: Dual-band
FM Maximum Power: 50 W

Additional Information

Band CoverageTransmit Frequency RangeFM Minimum Power
2 meters144.000-148.000 MHz5 W
70 cm430.000-450.000 MHz-

Yaesu FTM-400XDR C4FM Digital Dual Band Transceivers are the first mobiles to be fully compatible with the YAESU System Fusion Dual-Mode Analog/Digital communication system. These advanced digital transceivers have three digital modes plus an analog mode. FTM-400XD(R/E) models replace the FTM-400D(R/E) radios with improved GPS performance for enhanced APRS operation.

* V/D Mode (Voice/Data simultaneous communication mode)
The digital voice signal is transmitted in one half of the band width. Simultaneously the other half of the 12.5 kHz band width channel is used for error correction of the voice signal and other data.

* Voice FR mode (Voice Full Rate Mode)
This mode uses the full 12.5 kHz bandwidth to transmit digital voice data. The increased amount of voice data permits high quality voice communication, providing superb sound quality.

* Data FR mode (High Speed Data Communication Mode)
This high-speed data communication mode uses the full 12.5 kHz bandwidth for data communication.

* Analog FM mode
Analog FM is effective when weak signal strength causes audio drop out in the digital mode, and enables communication up to the borderline of the noise level.

* Digital and Analog FM Capable
FTM-400XD performs perfectly well using both Analog FM and C4FM Digital including 1200/9600bps APRS (Automatic Packet Reporting System) Data communication capability.

Enjoy the ease of operation that comes from the FTM-400 big 3.5-inch full-color touch-panel operation. Screen options include:

* Band Scope Screen
* Altitude Screen
* APRS® Screen
* Smart Navigation Screen
* Frequency Direct Input Screen
* Clock/Timer Screen

* Transmitter RF Power Output: 50 W/20 W/5W. Modulation Type: F1D, F2D, F3E; Variable Reactance Modulation, F7W: 4FSK (C4FM).

* Receive Range: 108 - 999.99 MHz Cellular Blocked (North American model)

Transmitter Range: 144 - 146 MHz or 144 - 148 MHz, 430 - 440 MHz or 430 - 450 MHz (US version). FTM-400XD is cross-band capable when in Analog mode; a very important feature for emergency response events. Additionally, the built-in GPS receiver and antenna provides location, time, direction and APRS information that can be so vital when minutes count.

Snapshot** Function (Image Data Transmission): Simply connect an optional MH-85A11U microphone with camera.
** Micro SD card (not included) is required for the Snapshot function

The digital GM function automatically checks whether members registered to a group are within simplex communication range, and displays information such as the distance and orientation for each call sign on the screen. A real-time navigation function enables location checking at any time. In digital V/D mode, information such as position data is transmitted together with voice signals.

A special Backtrack Function enables navigation to a registered location at the touch of a button. When hiking or camping, simply register your starting point or campsite before departure.

The optional Voice Guide Unit (FVS-2) announces your current operating frequency, band change and APRS® messages.

Other useful features include:

* Real-time Band Scope with uninterrupted RX audio
* 500 Memory Channels for each band (A, Main) and (B, Sub) band
* Storage of the Memory channels and personal settings on an inserted micro SD card
* By using a micro SD card, it is easy to copy and transfer the radio data to other compatible radios
* Versatile Scanning Receiver for Monitoring Enthusiasts (VFO Scan, Memory Scan, etc.)
* Analog and Digital Clock
* Timer function: Event timer with Lap or count down functions

Note: APRS is a registered trademark of Bob Bruninga, WB4APR.

Please view the Yaesu information for this product by clicking on the "Documentation" tab at the bottom of the "More Detail…" page.

When you're looking for a great C4FM mobile rig, consider one of these fine Yaesu transceivers from DX Engineering!

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FTM-400XDR Update & A Little Horn Tooting

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YSU-FTM-400XD
I January of 2018 I purchased a new FTM-400XDR and I just wanted to follow up that I have experience absolutely no issues with the transceiver, it an excellent transceiver and perform as advertised. I also wanted to include that I have two DR-2X repeaters in service at my repeater site, like the FTM-400XDR I have never experienced any issue with the repeaters, on is dedicated to 2 meters with WIRES-X running full time, the second DR-2X repeater is coordinated on 440 and it as well has performed flawlessly. Those of you that may have attended the ham fest in Dayton this year and also attended the some of the open house discussions presented by Yaesu may have heard a few comments regarding the DR-2X digital LAN capabilities. In that regard, it was mentioned that W9RIC in Harrison Wisconsin and myself AB7CQ are the first DR-2X repeaters that have an active IMRS LAN operating between Arizona and Wisconsin. WIRES-X & IMRS are both great communication modes and have their place in VHF/UHF communications, and both deserve attention from users. For those who are considering purchasing a new digital Yaesu transceiver, the FTM-400XDR & FTM-100DR are excellent transceivers to consider to take advantage of IMRS LAN linked DR-2X repeaters. DR-2X LAN capabilities like everything else that Yaesu has developed for digital communication has perform flawlessly. We are surprised that more DR-2X repeater owners haven't taken advantage of the tremendous digital LAN capabilities of the DR-2X. I would like to add that WIRES-X is basically a node system and Fusion IMRS LAN linking is not intended to replace WIRES-X. Unlike WIRES-X, Fusion IMRS LAN linked repeaters allow direct linking of Fusion DR-2X repeaters. Linking allows repeaters, especially in troublesome geographical terrain that would otherwise make it difficult, or nearly impossible, to provide wide area coverage. It also allows linking of repeaters without installing and maintaining expensive linking hardware. Fusion DR-2X IMRS repeaters DO NOT require linking through a Japanese server. IMRS LAN is a direct connect between repeaters and is an easy plug and play linking method to install. So, if you're considering a FTM-400xDR or FTM-100DR, you'll find that not only are they excellent performers, they will also allow you to experience LAN communication in areas where DR-2X repeater owners have active IMRS LAN'a in service. AB7CQ

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Reviewer: from AZ

Date: June 01, 2018

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Very cool radio

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Just received this radio last week and set it up over the weekend. I was going to buy the FTM-100 but decided to upgrade and bought the FTM-400 instead. I am glad I did. After unboxing the radio I noticed there is no way to mount the display to the radio itself. The little stand included with the radio only let you mount it pointed down. It you want to set up the display on the desk this is fine. I wanted to mount it under a shelf. The bracket and GPS sensor do not allow this. I did have a Lido mount that allowed me to mount it like I wanted. So far this is the only down side I have found. I purchased a miniSD card and downloaded the RT Systems software. I copied and pasted all my local frequencies from another radio so it was very easy to have all repeaters, splits, tones, etc programmed into the FTM-400. Because it has 2 receivers you have to program both A & B memory banks. I like that you can pop out the SD card to add or change memories instead of plugging in a cable. With very little reading in the manual I was able to program the APRS and have it set to beacon. This is the first time I have used APRS so still learning. I was able to make some C4FM contacts over a local repeater. We have a Wires-X node locally and I was able to connect to that. It is fairly straight forward and intuitive process. Much more simple than D-Star. Looking forward to lots of use from this radio. It comes with a USB cable that can be used for programming or digital modes like packet (something else I am looking at getting into). I have not tried the cross band repeat yet but that was another selling point over the FTM-100. Once I am comfortable with this radio I am planning on getting another for the car.

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Reviewer: from LA

Date: May 23, 2018

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FTM-400XDR Another Great Yaesu Product

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For 38 years I've purchased and owned Yaesu amateur radio equipment, repeaters, transceivers, HT's, and etc., for those same 38 years I haven't experienced any failures (PERIOD), or found the need to ship any item back to Yaesu for repair. The FTM-400XDR is no exception, it's a fantastic performer, and to be fair, I purchased the FTM-400XDR to complement my digital/analog repeater network. I currently own and operating the AB7CQ/R repeater system in Tombstone, AZ, the repeater system is made up of two Yaesu DR-2X repeaters, one dedicated for 2 meter local area access with WIRES-X and the other dedicated for 70cm (440) local area access with LAN networking, the LAN will be become active shortly. My station also includes an IRLP node 7515, it's also running on a Yaesu transceiver, it has been on line 24/7/365 for years non-stop and has never experienced a single failure. My shack also consists of both older and vintage Yaesu gear, all of it still in 100% working condition, HT's mobiles, and HF, that pretty much says it all. What else can I say, Yaesu ham gear has been totally reliable for me, I wouldn't purchase anything but Yaesu. Lastly, I have no business relationship with Yaesu or DX Engineering, nor do I receive any monetary compensation from either. Bob, AB7CQ

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Reviewer: from AZ

Date: January 19, 2018

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Compact multipurpose radio

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I purchased this mobile to replace a competitors competing model. I had a love/hate relationship with the previous units. The Yaesu fixed a lot of the issues from the other manufacturer. Low audio, even with mic gain turned up was a consistent report, no longer. The Yaesu booms in without any additional mic gain. The previous unit would not work with digital modes other than their Digital Mode. In an ARES environment, I needed the capability to use a sound card interface for prevalent modes in that environment. My previous unit couldn't do that. I miss a couple features from their competitor. Their are no banks on this radio, and programming in the scanning features is more tedious. Overall this little unit seems to do more of what I need it to do in a smaller package, and less distracting (control head size/shape/light emitted) than my previous unit.

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Reviewer: from WA

Date: January 16, 2018

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Yaesu FTM-400XDR VHF/UHF - C4FM Radio

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Excellent Radio... I have three (3) of them and I am very pleased. Love the Color Touch Screen. K4CAE

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Date: January 12, 2018

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sweet radio

this is realy a nice radio guys and gals.one of my first contacts was over 6,000 miles away.the second was scottland from MN.enough said buy it youl love it.i want one more.for the car this thing is to nice im using this one a as a base.

Published on April 17, 2019 by THOMAS

Great Dual Band Radio

03/25/2019 I have had this radio for about 10 days. So far it is everything that was promised. Great dual-band operation. System Fusion and Wires-X work as promised. I was even able to do great DMR using my OPenSpot2. I will probably order another one and an FT-991A now. Want to have my own node.

Published on March 25, 2019 by SCOTT

AWESOME !!

Use this as a VHF/UHF/Fusion in my shack. Love this radio. Many options and easy to use.

Published on November 16, 2018 by MICHAEL

Great screen, compact and sounds clean!

I have an ID-5100 and played with D-Star for a bit and decided to give Yaesu Fusion/Wires-X a go. First about the radio. The screen and contrast is sharper and much easier to see in bright or low lit conditions on the FTM-400XDR. You will always have a split frequency/band screen unlike the 5100 will do split or singular band. The FTM-400 does not have auto dimming mode which the ID-5100 does. The touch screen works great and has a keyboard screen for typing messages (APRS) or entering memory channels. The biggest set back to the radio is there are only two memory banks (A and B), ID-5100 has many. FTM-400 has APRS function and provides information and filters searches with ease making this a great radio for those interested in APRS. There appears to be more Fusion users in the Phoenix hub then D-star which is a plus. The audio quality of fusion is better than D-star in my opinion. The fan doesn't run that often, probably less than the ID-5100. The head is compact and the unit itself is smaller than ID-5100...thus great for mobile installations. After giving you a few bits of info and differences, I opted to run with the FTM-400XDR as my mobile rig and I will be purchasing another for home. I am fairly picky, so 4 stars is pretty darn good. Auto dimming and more memory banks would easily make this radio an easy number one pic. Great radio, feel good about the purchase if you are good with the few negatives I mentioned.

Published on November 12, 2018 by DEREK

FTM-400XDR Update & A Little Horn Tooting

I January of 2018 I purchased a new FTM-400XDR and I just wanted to follow up that I have experience absolutely no issues with the transceiver, it an excellent transceiver and perform as advertised. I also wanted to include that I have two DR-2X repeaters in service at my repeater site, like the FTM-400XDR I have never experienced any issue with the repeaters, on is dedicated to 2 meters with WIRES-X running full time, the second DR-2X repeater is coordinated on 440 and it as well has performed flawlessly. Those of you that may have attended the ham fest in Dayton this year and also attended the some of the open house discussions presented by Yaesu may have heard a few comments regarding the DR-2X digital LAN capabilities. In that regard, it was mentioned that W9RIC in Harrison Wisconsin and myself AB7CQ are the first DR-2X repeaters that have an active IMRS LAN operating between Arizona and Wisconsin. WIRES-X & IMRS are both great communication modes and have their place in VHF/UHF communications, and both deserve attention from users. For those who are considering purchasing a new digital Yaesu transceiver, the FTM-400XDR & FTM-100DR are excellent transceivers to consider to take advantage of IMRS LAN linked DR-2X repeaters. DR-2X LAN capabilities like everything else that Yaesu has developed for digital communication has perform flawlessly. We are surprised that more DR-2X repeater owners haven't taken advantage of the tremendous digital LAN capabilities of the DR-2X. I would like to add that WIRES-X is basically a node system and Fusion IMRS LAN linking is not intended to replace WIRES-X. Unlike WIRES-X, Fusion IMRS LAN linked repeaters allow direct linking of Fusion DR-2X repeaters. Linking allows repeaters, especially in troublesome geographical terrain that would otherwise make it difficult, or nearly impossible, to provide wide area coverage. It also allows linking of repeaters without installing and maintaining expensive linking hardware. Fusion DR-2X IMRS repeaters DO NOT require linking through a Japanese server. IMRS LAN is a direct connect between repeaters and is an easy plug and play linking method to install. So, if you're considering a FTM-400xDR or FTM-100DR, you'll find that not only are they excellent performers, they will also allow you to experience LAN communication in areas where DR-2X repeater owners have active IMRS LAN'a in service. AB7CQ

Published on June 01, 2018 by ROBERT

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